Sahara: Zambia withdraws recognition of “SADR”, an appointment bonus for Brahim Ghali

Zambia withdrew its recognition of the fanciful Sahrawi republic “SADR” and severed diplomatic relations with the self-proclaimed entity. The decision paves the way for other Anglophone African...
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Sahara: The European Appeal that has Shaken the Polisario

After it followed with concern the indignant reaction of the Council of the European Union following the cancellation of the Morocco-EU farm deal, the Polisario has been shaken by the appeal lodged by...
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Western Sahara: Polisario downcast by Stockholm’s reversal of position

After the first shock, the Polisario separatist front felt extremely downcast after Sweden announced officially it has no intention to recognize the Sahraoui Republic (SADR.) Sweden has no intention to...
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India-Africa Summit: SADR unwelcome in New Delhi

India has opposed an adamant niet to the participation of a delegation of the so-called Sahrawi republic “SADR” in the India-Africa summit, rejecting thus the request backed by the African...
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Algeria: € 10 million for Polisario’s logistics in Scandinavia

The Polisario’s recent breakthrough in Sweden has incited Algerian Foreign Minister, Ramtane Lamamra, to nurture more ambitious projects for Algeria’s protégé. He has thus requested and received...
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“Child Soldiers”, the Polisario’s other scandal

After the resounding scandal of humanitarian aid misappropriation, the Polisario Front leaders got hit with a new more serious scandal as it concerns the recruitment of children by the Sahrawi army. According...
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UN-Western Sahara: Rabat exacts that AU is kept away from the case

Morocco exacts that the African Union which has repeatedly demonstrated its bias in the Western Sahara territorial conflict is kept away from the issue that is currently handled by the UN. Morocco is firmly...
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Mohamed Abdelaziz’s Hospitalization Ignites Succession Battle

The critical condition of the Polisario chief, Mohamed Abdelaziz, and his recent hospitalization ignited suspicions and tensions among the Tindouf camps residents. Mohamed Abdelaziz, already diagnosed...
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Algeria very disappointed by warming of Paris-Rabat relations

Algerian and Polisario leaders felt frustrated at the announcement of the normalization of relations between France and Morocco, at a time these leaders were hoping to see French-Moroccan relations deteriorate,...
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Sahara: The unconvincing denial of the Quai d’Orsay

While relations between Morocco and France are currently strained, a French minister has just committed a new faux pas, throwing more fuel on the fire. The socialist minister of Agriculture and spokesman...
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